Now that Unity Park is open, two sides of a story have become prevalent.
The reader says everyone has the right to breathe clean, smoke-free air, including Greer residents.
The short-term rental conundrum creates myriad problems for Greenvillians.
Depression and anxiety affect my family and friends living in Greenville.
On a local new station’s post, a Facebook Ph.D. commented, “Teachers got it good they [teachers] get a great pension they never pay in the Social Security they get free lunches they only work 9 months a year and have weekends off.”
This letter to the editor is in response to the article "Saluda Grade rail trail may be closer than ever to reality," published in the August 5 edition of the Greenville Journal.
On 811 Day, remember that safe digging starts with a call to 811.
Letter to the editor in response to to the article "The wild west of homeowner associations in South Carolina," published in the July 29 edition of the Greenville Journal.
Former City Councilman George Fletcher argues for a Vision 2045 plan that would drive Greenville forward into the future.
Working together with a clear-eyed view of the problems facing racial equity is key to growth, argues Stacey Mills.
"In Greenville County, reflecting national trends, we saw the largest number of child deaths by suicide in memory."
"Our challenge is in how we grow. We want a county in the future that we can be proud to call our home and especially our children’s home."
I recently read your "Greenville County Council Conflicts" article in the Greenville Journal. Once again, you have "hit it out of the park"!
Where there was once a row of hulking warehouses there is now a splash pad and world-class playgrounds filled with the laughter of a thousand children.
The month of May is Preservation Month with this year’s theme being “People Saving Places.”